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Vector Chest Rig from Raine Inc

The Vector Chest Rig is part of Raine’s Black Line. They’ve put together a release to tell you a little more about it. I checked the large version out at SOFIC and came away impressed.

“Lighter .. Faster .. Stronger” could not be more appropriate for the new Raine Black Vector LCP. Vector LCP (Load Carry Platform) is our new “no webbing MOLLE solution”. The platforms are made using a nylon coated material and is made here in the USA. They are laser but and not laminated with Cordura nylon fabric. The biggest advancement in this material, unlike other fabrics in its category, is the pull strength we were able to achieve on a single MOLLE channel. We originally unveiled this at SHOT Show post pull testing and spent some time with some large human beings trying to rip it apart (standing on it and pulling, two arm pull, then tug of war), which they failed to do.


In the current configuration, we are running these in a large and a mini, which is what’s currently in our warehouse. They are fitted with a standard cut and sew harness with laser cut harnesses in the works. They are in the process of getting harnesses assembled and attached as we speak. That said, split front systems have been prototyped and are ready to go to the laser cutter now. Quickly following will be our armor carrying systems. We have some really great things in the works on that front and will be ready to show them very soon.

There are currently 800 being put together, 400 of each the small and large. Both the Small and Large Rigs are offered in Coyote, MultiCam, and Foliage Green.

Available July 21, 2013. To pre-order, call Regena at 1-800-826-5354 or email her at [email protected].


6 Responses to “Vector Chest Rig from Raine Inc”

  1. reader says:

    looks like molle minus

  2. Reklaw says:

    That guy has the biggest imaginary last I’ve ever seen. (ILS)

  3. Reklaw says:

    And if he’s a righty, as apparent by his mags, his pistol mags are def. on the wrong side

  4. Foxtrot says:

    Looks like a poor-man’s RACKminus

  5. Chris K. says:

    To anyone who thinks these guys are copying other companies – first spear, blue force, crye, s.o. tech, mayflower/velocity systems, tactical tailor (to a certain extent) and a handful of other companies are all using some variation of Hypalon or Air comp material in their products. Realize that this is a good thing for the end user.

  6. Will says:

    This is not Rack Minus, nor is it a poor mans version of Rack Minus. This is a stronger woven coated fabric than what is used in the industry currently for the no webbing MOLLE application. The application of nylon woven coated fabrics in a MOLLE configuration is not new and we have not claimed to invent it. However, the guy who led the way for industry in this innovation worked with me to design this product and its capabilities. We continue working to advance the materials. Thank you for your feedback and I look forward to your future feedback.